The The Magna Carta: What It Means Today
Sponsored by The West Virginia State Bar
Creative students could win as much as $500 for developing a video about the Magna Carta. The video contest is sponsored by the West Virginia Department of Education and the West Virginia State Bar.
Participants are asked to create a 3-minute video with the theme "The Magna Carta: What It Means Today." The contest is open to West Virginia residents in grades 6 through 12. Entries will be divided by middle school and high school. First place in each category receives $500, while second place wins $250. The creators of the first place videos (along with one parent) also will be invited to attend the West Virginia State Bar's annual meeting on April 3 at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.
Videos will be judged based on originality, creativity, adherence to the theme and overall quality. Entries must include parental permission for those under the age of 18.
Submissions for 2016 will be accepted through February 8, 2016.
For more information, contact J. Burton Hunter with the West Virginia State Bar at 304-472-7477 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winning videos will be uploaded to YouTube and will be found on the West Virginia State Bar Video Contest Web page at a later date. You can view previous winning submissions by visiting http://www.youtube.com/user/wveducation.